• Inland Distribution
  • September 25- 27, 2023 | The Westin Chicago River North

Annmarie Kerr

Kansas City Drayage

Chief Operating Officer

AnnMarie Kerr is viewed as an expert in Transportation and Logistics services. She has vast experience in the industry, from running carrier and broker operations to owning and managing drayage companies. She got her start in 1986 with family owned Truckloads International. This was a load finding service for Road and LTL carriers. AnnMarie Kerr started in Intermodal Logistic operations in 1999, running Intermodal trucking at H.I.T inc. She has open and managed Kansas City Intermodal since 2013. She also owns and operates Kansas City Drayage opened in 2020 as well as Dallas Intermodal Transportation in 2022.

AnnMarie Kerr is the founder and President of the Intermodal Association of Kansas City.

AnnMarie Kerr is a connected logistic expert offering intermodal connectivity services. Her 30 years of experience have shaped her prowess in networking, cargo handling, and

logistic training. She has garnered the art of strict time keeping necessary in the field and operations efficiency. She believes nothing is impossible to move around the World.

Annmarie believes in empowering others and is ready to get people inspired and educated in the transportation industry. It is in the same spirit that she started a forum for Intermodal Association of KC members. That has allowed them to share their hardships and find solutions.

She also passes her knowledge by training people to run logistic operations.

Sessions With Annmarie Kerr

Wednesday, 27 September

  • 11:30am - 12:00pm (CST) / 27/sep/2023 04:30 pm - 27/sep/2023 05:00 pm

    Inland Think Tank: Kansas City

    Inland Think Tanks provide an opportunity for attendees to participate in an informal, roundtable-like setting to discuss international intermodal, also known as IPI. It’s also an opportunity for shippers, truckers, railroads, and chassis lessors to meet in a single space to discuss hyperlocal issues — in this case, Kansas City — and build new relationships. While our 30-minute think tanks have moderators, attendees should come prepared to share their experiences on IPI. The think tanks will focus on preparing now for the next rebound in ocean container volume. What lessons can be learned from the last two years that can be applied to the future? How can all stakeholders accept their role in supply chain congestion 2021 and 2022, learn from it, and adjust? And what are the realistic and unrealistic expectations for fluidity in the supply chain when volumes rebound? These think tanks will explore these questions with the participation and interaction of conference attendees.